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Trump's Jerusalem move: All the latest updates

Here are the latest developments since Donald Trump's decision to recognised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

Tillerson calls on North Korea to engage in US talks

Secretary of state says US is 'ready to talk anytime' with North Korea as tensions escalate after latest missile test.

Greece's rejected asylum seekers stuck in limbo

Fearing deportation to Turkey or elsewhere, rejected asylum seekers say they feel unsafe going outside in Lesbos.

Will South Africa's ANC conference decide Zuma's fate?

The ANC conference won't mend the organisation's fractures or its inability to offer a promising vision for the country.

Can #MeToo go beyond white neoliberal feminism?

Who can say #MeToo and who will be heard?

A history of violence: Growing up in CAR

A child born from rape and a young gunshot victim grow up amid CAR's cycle of violence.

Virtual reality 360 film shows Rohingya's plight

Rohingya refugees share harrowing stories in immersive documentary project by Al Jazeera and Amnesty International.

Trump's Jerusalem move reignites Palestinian cause

Plight of Palestinians takes centre stage after US decision to recognise Jerusalem as capital of Israel.

Democrat Doug Jones defeats Roy Moore in Alabama

Jones wins senate seat against Trump-backed Roy Moore after bitter campaign in southern, Republican-dominated Alabama.

Philippines extends martial law to 'eradicate' ISIL

Congress approves Duterte's request to prolong military rule until end of 2018 in Mindanao region.

Russian, Syrian jets hit Aleppo, Damascus countryside

Casualties reported from southern Aleppo and Damascus countryside amid fighting on the ground in Idlib.

Will Erdogan cut ties with Israel over Jerusalem?

A round-up of the Turkish president's comments in wake of the US decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

Alabama votes in high stakes Senate race

Voters in southern state are voting in highly anticipated election that could upset balance of power in the US Senate.

Russian, Syrian jets hit Aleppo, Damascus countryside

Casualties reported from southern countryside of Aleppo and Damascus countryside amid fighting on the ground in Idlib.

Qatar: World Cup allegations part of smear campaign

Gulf state's attorney-general rejects latest news report alleging bribe-paying to win 2022 World Cup.

Is the EU complicit in refugee abuse in Libya?

Amnesty international says the EU is complicit in the abuse of refugees in Libya.

Macron: World is losing battle against climate change

French president issues rallying cry, urging world and business leaders to do more in the fight against climate change.

Is Jordan paying the price for Jerusalem criticism?

Observers say Amman's vehement condemnation of President Trump's Jerusalem announcement has upset the US' Arab allies.

Lawmakers seek probe into alleged Trump sexual assaults

More than 100 United States lawmakers demand investigation into sexual abuse allegations against Donald Trump.

Trump's Jerusalem move: All the latest updates

Here are the latest developments since Donald Trump's decision to recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

Liberia elections: Run-off vote set for December 26

The poll, delayed for weeks, pits former international footballer George Weah against Vice President Joseph Boakai.

What is net neutrality and why it matters

The FCC looks to end the 2015 Open Internet Order on Thursday. Here's a guide to net neutrality and why it matters.

What is net neutrality and why it matters

The FCC looks to end the 2015 Open Internet order on Thursday. Here's a guide to net neutrality and why it matters.

Russian diplomatic staff leave Yemen's Sanaa

Decision attributed to situation in Houthi-controlled Yemeni capital facing bombardment by Saudi-led military coalition.

Trump's Jerusalem move: All the latest updates

Russian diplomatic staff leave Yemen's Sanaa

Foreign ministry says diplomatic presence suspended due to situation in the city amid Saudi-led blockade of country.

'Mishandled explosives' kill 2 Palestinians in Gaza

Islamic Jihad says the deadly explosion near Beit Lahia in northern Gaza was an accident.

Women in low-wage US farm jobs say #MeToo

Women of colour in low-wage jobs face uphill battle to report and get justice for sexual abuse and harassment at work.

Trump's Jerusalem decision: All the latest updates

'Two Palestinians killed in Israeli air strike on Gaza'

Health ministry says air strike targeted Beit Lahia in northern Gaza but army denies responsibility, reports say.

Donald Trump: A president swallowed by history

The US has tried and failed to create a capital for another state before. "Israeli" Jerusalem will be the next Saigon.

How is Hungary's far right changing?

With Hungary's ruling Fidesz party moving further right, the country's far-right landscape is in a state of flux.

In Kashmir, a father's fight against forgetfulness

Seven years after the death of his only son, Mohammad Ashraf Mattoo is still struggling to find justice in Srinagar.

'Beaten' Palestinian boy in viral photo to face charges

Fawzi al-Junaidi, 16, denies accusations of throwing stones and protesting, saying he was severely beaten by Israelis.

'Rio faces worst possible scenario over homelessness'

Warm temperatures and long beaches have long made Brazil's most famous city a place with a large street population.

Storm Ana slams Europe

Hurricane strength winds batter France, as severe weather sweeps across the continent.

Alabama to vote in high stakes Senate race

Voters in southern state to vote in highly anticipated election that could upset balance of power in the US Senate.

Brent oil price jumps above $65, first since 2015

Oil prices jumped by 1 percent on Tuesday to their highest since mid-2015, after the shutdown of the Forties North Sea.

Trump wants tightened immigration laws after NYC attack

Trump says US must fix its lax immigration system after NYC bombing suspect named as 27-year-old Bangladeshi immigrant.

The EU's complicity in refugee abuse in Libya

The EU and its member states are complicit in the suffering of refugees and migrants stuck in Libya.

Japan picks 'North' as 2017 symbol amid N Korea threat

Kanji character for 'North' chosen as defining symbol of 2017, reflecting unease over North Korea's nuclear programme.

Ukraine authorities to appeal Saakashvili's release

Court decision to free Ukraine's opposition leader is unacceptable to prosecutor general who seeks pre-trial detention.

India's deafening silence after Trump's Jerusalem shift

Deliberately vague response contradicted decades of solidarity with Palestine as an integral part of its foreign policy.

Jewel Howard-Taylor on war, Weah and her agenda

Jewel Howard-Taylor on her ex-husband Charles Taylor, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, George Weah and her agenda for Liberia.

The growing tide of fake news in India

Social media has created a whirlpool of misinformation that continues to create unwelcome ripples across India.

Putin, Erdogan warn US move risks escalating tensions

Russian leader ends whirlwind regional tour in Turkey, criticising Trump's decision to call Jerusalem Israel's capital.

Hezbollah's Hassan Nasrallah vows to focus on Palestine

As thousands rally in Beirut against Trump's Jerusalem move, Hassan Nasrallah vows to renew focus on Palestinian cause.

More than 8 million 'a step away' from famine in Yemen

UN calls for unimpeded aid delivery to war-torn Yemen as Saudi-led coalition's blockade of ports continues.

Does the EU have a role in the Middle East?

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made his first visit to the EU's headquarters in Brussels.

Hanan Ashrawi: US ripped legal foundation of peace

PLO member denounces US VP after Palestinian president withdrew from scheduled meeting amid Jerusalem fury.